Watch the making of the HMD 2011 online film: 'Untold Stories' and discover the stories behind the trailer.
Ali is a Iraqi LGBT activist who has experienced discrimination and persecution. His name has been changed and his face obscured to protect his identity as he still faces persecution today in London.
Apolinaire Kageruka is a survivor of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. He has never recorded his testimony before.
Astrid Aghajanian survived the Ottoman Empire’s destruction of its Armenian population. For more information on the events of 1915-18, please visit the USHMM site.
Hawa is a survivor of the genocide in Darfur. She has covered her face for filming in order to protect her identity. Hawa is not her real name.
Margret is a German Jewish Refugee. She and her family fled Nazi persecution and settled in the UK.
Michel is a photographer living in the UK. In 2010, he was a victim of hate crime when his home was vandalised and a swastika was painted on his door.
Mukesh Kapila was working as Head of the UN in Sudan in 2004 and brought the genocide in Darfur to the attention of the international community.
Safet Vukalic survived the genocide in Bosnia. He now lives and works in the UK.
Simon Winston survived the Holocaust in hiding. He is filmed at The Holocaust Centre.
Sokphal Din survived the genocide in Cambodia (1975-1979).
Vicky Botton lives in the East Midlands and is a Traveller. She speaks about the Untold Stories of the persecution of Gypsy and Travellers in the UK today. Vicky refers to the ‘gadje’ in her film. This is a Romani term meaning ‘non-gypsy.’